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The Simple Science of Facebook Engagement

Even though Facebook is a social platform populated with seemingly random posts, there is a tested method to getting your fans to engage with your brand and your content.

Here AMEX Open Forum distils the methodology of getting people to visit your Facebook page, keep them reading as well as having them return.

Summarizing the Infographic:

Post Short Updates – less than 80 characters get 23% higher engagement rates

Post Images – Photos get a 39% higher rate of engagement than all types of content averaged

Use Emoticons – Using emoticons increase shares and likes by 33%

Source: Pinterest

 

Try Caption Contests – Asking fans to write captions to interesting photos increases comments by 550%

Respond Quickly – 25% of Facebook and Twitter users expect a response to inquires and complaints within 60 minutes

Run a Photo Contest – Encourage fans to post photos for a chance to win something

NB. Third-party apps need to be used for photo and video contests

In order to use this effectively for Community Engagement or Brand Marketing you need to:

#Develop clear objectives

#Understand the people you are targeting and

#Create a smart integration strategy

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  6. Even though Facebook is a social platform populated with seemingly random posts, there is a tested method to getting your fans to engage with your brand & content…Here AMEX Open Forum distils the methodology of getting people to visit your Facebook page, keep them reading as well as having them return. Summarizing the Infographic: Post Short Updates – less than 80 characters get 23% higher engagement rates Post Images – Photos get a 39% higher rate of engagement than all types of content averaged Use Emoticons – Using emoticons increase shares and likes by 33%Try Caption Contests – Asking fans to write captions to interesting photos increases comments by 550% Respond Quickly – 25% of Facebook and Twitter users expect a response to inquires and complaints within 60 minutesRun a Photo Contest – Encourage fans to post photos for a chance to win somethingNB. Third-party apps need to be used for photo and video contestsIn order to use this effectively for Community Engagement or Brand Marketing you need to:#Develop clear objectives#Understand the people you are targeting and #Create a smart integration strategySource.

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